Susan Cohen, the founding chair of Mintz's Immigration Practice, is quoted in this article on how tech companies are watching this years H-1B visa lottery, which opened up on April 1, closely. Changes to the system are expected to give master’s degree candidates a better shot.
March 29, 2019 | Law360
Mintz attorneys, Mathilda McGee-Tubb and Joshua Briones, author this article which addresses the case before the Ninth Circuit, where Facebook contends that a BIPA class action would violate federal due process, because it could result in a huge statutory damages award untethered to any injury, and inconsistent with BIPA’s legislative intent. If Facebook succeeds in this argument, it will open the door to other defendants doing the same.
March 28, 2019 | Law360
Sean Prosser, a former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement attorney, joined Mintz as a member of the litigation department to represent clients facing shareholder litigation and SEC and U.S. Department of Justice investigations and enforcement actions.
March 28, 2019 | Inside Healthy Policy
This article explores American Clinical Laboratory Association (ACLA) president and CEO Julie Khani’s desire to start a dialogue with FDA to refine aspects of a draft bill that would redefine the agency’s regulatory authority over diagnostics. Specifically, she hopes to work with the agency on revisions to the bill's provision involving precertification and modification of existing tests in order to make those concepts less burdensome for test makers. Aaron Josephson, a senior director at ML Strategies and former senior policy advisor at FDA’s device center, is among the industry sources quoted within the piece.